Yuma County asks to please avoid public health department

Yuma County asks to please avoid public health department

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Here's the latest update from Yuma County on Election Day voting:

Currently, voters can cast ballots at ALL Vote Centers. Mind you, there are some technical problems with printers at the moment, BUT the touch screens are operational at all voting centers. STILL avoiding Health Department, which is having technical issues.

Check back with KSWT.com as Election Day continues.

Here's a list of the vote centers, which will be open until 7 p.m. today. The centers are located at:

• Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Neighborhood Center, 300 S. 13th Ave., Yuma

• Immanuel Baptist Church, 1000 E. 24th St., Yuma

• Yuma County Health Dept., 2200 W. 28th St., Yuma

• Oasis Church, 1545 S. Avenue C, Yuma

• Connecting Point Nazarene Church (formerly First Church of the Nazarene), 1900 S. Avenue A, Yuma

• Yuma County Public Works, 4343 S. Avenue 5-1/2E, Yuma

• Community Christian Church, 6480 E. Highway 95, Yuma

• First Southern Baptist Church of Wellton, 11711 William St., Wellton

• Foothills Library, 13226 E. South Frontage Road

• Somerton Library, 240 Canal St., Somerton

• Fernando Padilla Community Center, 800 Juan Sanchez Blvd., San Luis, Ariz.

For more information, call the Yuma County Elections Office at 373-1014.

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